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dementia : 1 Written Answer : 3 Scottish Parliament debates

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Jan 23, 2009
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dementia : 1 Written Answer

Written Answers - Department for Business, Innovation and Skills: Parkinson's Disease: Dementia (10 Dec 2015)http://www.theyworkforyou.com/wrans/?id=2015-12-07.18917.h&s=dementia#g18917.r0
Jo Johnson: ...the answer I gave to the hon. Member for Torfaen (Mr Nick
Thomas-Symonds) on 7 December to question UIN 18130. The Department
would welcome a discussion with Parkinson's UK on the work of the
*Dementia* Research Institute, and I encourage them to write to arrange
a meeting.

dementia : 3 Scottish Parliament debates

Scottish Parliament: Planning (Equalities Guidance) (10 Dec 2015)
Dennis Robertson: Does the cabinet secretary share my concern, which
Guide Dogs Scotland has also expressed, that people with significant
visual impairments, *dementia* and mobility problems cannot orientate
themselves through shared spaces because there are no significant

Scottish Parliament: Inquiries into Fatal Accidents and Sudden Deaths etc (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (10 Dec 2015)
Roderick Campbell: ...automatically be an inquest into the deaths of
people who are subject to deprivation of liberty safeguards or are in
state detention, because of the distress that that causes to many
families of sufferers of *dementia*.

Scottish Parliament: Inquiries into Fatal Accidents and Sudden Deaths etc (Scotland) Bill (10 Dec 2015)
Alison McInnes: ...categories: the death of a child who was looked after
by the state, even if they lived with their parents or guardians at the
time of their death, and-this is a niche area-the death of a patient
with *dementia* who, immediately before their death, received prolonged
treatment using psychotropic medication. We know that such medication
causes sedation, confusion and movement...

dementia : 1 Lords debate

Residential Care: Cost Cap - Motion to Take Note (10 Dec 2015)
Lord Prior of Brampton: ...distinct from the self-funded care market,
are not to be dismissed. The noble Baroness, Lady Dean, talked about
Abbeyfield-a wonderful care group-and the joy she feels when she walks
out of one of its homes. She also mentioned an investment in five new
*dementia* care homes. May I write to her about the particular issue
that she raised about funding supported housing? I cannot...

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